The efforts of a community recycling group are on the verge of going viral.
It may have been Ohio writer James Thurber's reporting career. Maybe it was his acclaimed wit. Or maybe it was simply that he loved dogs.
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News from the Grandview chamber, published the first week of each month.
The security cameras show them there, clear as can be, pawning a few of the dozens of guitars that were taken from a Grandview Heights rehearsal space over the weekend.
David Roark is leaving Marble Cliff Village Council with a feeling of satisfaction of being part of a team that helped guide the village through both prosperous and challenging times.
The Grandview Heights Division of Police has presented Andrea Gilliland and her daughter, Makenzie Scott, with its Citizen Award.
Ohio State University students will present their final set of recommendations from their study of Marble Cliff at Village Council's meeting Monday, Dec. 16.
It's said that the acorn doesn't fall far from the tree.
Having food delivered to your home is nothing new.
Franklin County commissioners moved on a plan last week that would not only raze and then rebuild Veterans Memorial in Columbus, but also begin what they said would be a revitalization of the Scioto Peninsula.
Dozens of guitars were stolen overnight Dec. 6 and 7 from a Williams Avenue warehouse used by many local bands as a place to rehearse and store their instruments, according to Grandview Heights police reports.
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